OASIS

Organisation for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards. Consortium driving development, convergence and adoption of e-business standards. Using XML and Web Services and originally involved in SGML, the ancestor of XML. OASIS is also helping to bring EDI (the original business to business protocol set) into the XML era.

OASIS

Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards

OASIS

[center] OASIS is a national educational organization that offers programs and classes to adults age 50 and older. OASIS offers programs in the arts, humanities, health, technology and volunteer service. The OASIS Institute in St. Louis is the national headquarters. The organization offers programs in 27 U.S. cities through OASIS education ...
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Oasis

An oasis is an isolated patch of vegetation in a desert region.
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Oasis

[Roberta Flack song] `Oasis` is a 1988 single by Roberta Flack. The single is the title track off her 1988 album of the same name, and was her first single to chart on the Hot Black Singles chart in four years. `Oasis` went to number one on the Hot Black Singles chart for one week. The single was the first time in ten years that Roberta Fla...
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Oasis

[1970s group] Oasis was an American rock band from Marin County, California, active in the 1970s. Their sound has been described as psychedelic folk rock, progressive folk and psychedelic pop, characterized by male/female harmonies. With the encouragement of David Crosby, they were signed personally by Ahmet Ertegun, managed by David Geffen...
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OASIS

acronym: Observation at Several Interacting Scales
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Oasis

A smooth African goatskin, tanned and dyed in the UK.
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oasis

[n] - a fertile tract in a desert (where the water table approaches the surface)
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OASIS

(In topic `Web Development`) OASIS (Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards) is a non-profit making, international consortium dedicated solely to product-independent data and content interchange. Focusing on product interoperability, OASIS embraces the complete spectrum of structured information standards including XML,...
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Oasis

archaic or obsolete terms > General: Area within a desert where the water table reaches the surface, with enough moisture to permit the growth of vegetation. The water may come up to the surface in springs, or it may collect in mountain hollows.
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OASIS

Obstetric Anesthesia Safety Improvement Study
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OASIS

Online Asperger Syndrome Information and Support
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OASIS

Outcome and Assessment Information Set
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Oasis

O'as·is (ō'ȧ*sĭs or o*ā'sĭs; 277) noun ; plural Oases (-sēz). [ Latin , from Greek 'o`asis ; confer Copt. ouahe .] A fertile or green spot in a waste or desert, esp. in a sandy desert. « My one oasis in the...
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oasis

noun a fertile tract in a desert (where the water table approaches the surface)
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Oasis

• (n.) A fertile or green spot in a waste or desert, esp. in a sandy desert.
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Oasis

(from the article `Britpop`) ...19, 1963Sheffield, Eng.) and had its biggest hit with the single Common People—but it was essentially about Oasis and Blur. What the two bands had ...
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oasis

fertile tract of land that occurs in a desert wherever a perennial supply of fresh water is available. Oases vary in size, ranging from about 1 ... [7 related articles]
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OASIS

Online Automotive Service Information System
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OASIS

Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards.
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Oasis

Oasis is a cultivated variety of potato.
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oasis

oasis (ōā'sis) , an area within a desert where the water table reaches the surface, with enough moisture to permit the growth of vegetation. The water may come up to the surface in springs, or it may collect in mountain hollows. In deserts such as the Sahara, artificial oases have be...
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oasis

Area of land made fertile by the presence of water near the surface in an otherwise arid region. The occurrence of oases affects the distribution of plants, animals, and people in the desert regions of the world
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Oasis

English pop group formed in Manchester in 1993. Although their style is based on 1960s and 70s rock and roll groups such as the Beatles and T-Rex, their confident reworking of the genre has won them much praise. The original members were brothers Liam (1972– ) (vocals) and Noel Gallagher (1967– ) (guitar and vocals), guitari...
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